# أوراق عمل EARTH’S MOTION العلوم المتكاملة الصف الخامس

أوراق عمل EARTH’S MOTION العلوم المتكاملة الصف الخامس

Practice questions: EARTH’S MOTION
Use these questions to test yourself.
In the quiz I will change some of these questions, to make sure you understand the work.

1.  ……… Earth spins on its
A. Axis
B. Equator
C. Hemisphere
D. Toes

2. It takes aboutfor Earth to rotate one time.
A. 365 days
B. 24 hours
C. 30 days
D. 180 degrees.

3. A term that is used to describe Earth’s path around the Sun is Earth’s
A. Axis
B. Equator
C. Orbit
D. Lane

4. It takes aboutfor the Earth to revolve one time.
A. 365 days
B. 24 hours
C. 30 days
D. 180 degrees

5.makes the Sun appear to move across the sky.
A. Earth’s Tilt
B. Earth’s Revolution
C. Earth’s Rotation
D. Earth’s Gravity

6. The shape of Earth’s orbit is
A. Circular
B. Triangular
C. Elliptical
D. Random

7. Earth moves around the Sun because the Sun’s
on Earth
A. Gravity
B. Solar rays
C. Axis
D. Equator

8. When it is daytime on the half of Earth facing the Sun, it is on the other half of Earth.
A. Day time
B. Nighttime
C. Summer
D. Winter
pulls

9. Earth’s rotation axis is
A. Flipped
B. Curved
C. Tilted
D. 90 degrees

10. Because the tilt of Earth’s axis always points in the same direction, the seasons in the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere are always…
A. the same
B. opposite
C. three months apart
D. six months apart

10. The tilt of Earth’s axis causes the change in …..
A. Day and night
B. Seasons
C. Years
D. Moon phase

11. What would happen if Earth was not tilted toward or away from the Sun?
A. Daylight would last all day.
B. Darkness would last all day.
C. Days would be much longer, and nights would be shorter.
D. Days and nights would be about equal in length.

12. Moon ……….are the appearance and shape of the Moon as you see it at a particular time.
A. Stages
B. Seasons
C. Phases D. Attitude

14. When it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, which season is it in the Southern Hemisphere?
A. summer
B. spring
C. summer
D. fall
E. Winter

17……… The term equinox means
A. Equal amount of day light and equal amount of night
B. Equal amount of winter and summer
C. Equal amounts of rain
D. The longest day of the year

21. The moon is luminous, it produces its own light energy.
A. True
B. False

22…….. The moon completes one orbit around Earth in
A. One day
B. One year
C. Just over 29 days
D. One week

23. As the Moon appears larger it is called a moon.
A. Full
B. New
C. Waxing
D. Waning

24. As the moon appear to be getting smaller, it is called a …….. moon.
A. Full
B. New
C. Waxing
D. Waning

25. During this phase the moon cannot be seen at all.
A.Full moon
B.New moon
C.Waxing moon
D.Waning moon

26. Why does the moon appear to change shape in the sky?
A. the tilt of the Earth
B. the amount of sunlight on the moon changing
C. the movement of Earth around the sun
D. the perspective of the moon from our view on Earth

29. How much of the moon is lit by the sun?
A. depends on its orbit around Earth
B. 25%
C. 50%
A. 100% moon

30. The day on which the Sun appears highest in the sky is known as the summer
A. Equinox
B. Solstice

31. Halfway between the summer and winter solstices, neither hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun. Each of these days is known as an
A.Equinox
B.Solstice

33. The Earth’s axis is tilted ………. degrees.
A. 23.5
B. 25.3
C. 30.2
D. 24

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